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Quantitative Researcher: Equity Mid-High Frequency

We are  seeking a Quantitative Researcher: Equity Mid-High Frequency to join our research team

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Quantitative Researcher: Equity Mid-High Frequency

You will join our group of world-class researchers building systematic trading strategies, working from the initial idea-generation stage through to implementation, optimisation and execution. Your research will involve large and complex data sets, with the aim of making high quality predictive signals. We want to hear from you if you are practical, ambitious, and a creative problem solver.

Requirements

  • 2+ years of relevant work experience
  • Advanced degree in a quantitative field such as mathematics, statistics, physics or computer science
  • Strong Python programming ability, including data analysis and machine learning
  • Attention to detail and a desire to understand complex issues

Beneficial Experience

  • Market Making or High Frequency Trading experience
  • Statistical inference and research using large datasets
  • Experience with C++

Who are We?

We are a technology driven company of smart people who like to solve tough problems. We are passionate about writing good code, collaborative and eager to keep up with developments in our fields. We are based in the centre of Oxford, and have an informal work environment with excellent opportunities for professional development as well as diverse team-building social activities.

The Role

We offer excellent compensation and benefits including a generous bonus scheme, private health insurance, pension, life assurance and long term disability cover. Our office facilities in the heart of Oxford are exceptional, with well‐stocked kitchens on every floor. We hold regular social events, host guest speakers and an annual conference.

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We want to hear from you if you would like to be part of an exceptional team, are ambitious and would relish the challenge. We offer excellent compensation and benefits, and are a collaborative, open and friendly team.

To apply, please email your cv and optionally a cover letter to recruitment@oxam.com.

No agencies please

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